The Adventure Park at Nashville, the zip line and treetop climbing experience, invites all dads to climb for free to celebrate on Father’s Day, Sunday, June 20.
Start making those plans for Father’s Day and treat your dad to an adventure. Join us on Sunday, June 20 and get a free ticket for dad to climb when you purchase a Father’s Day BOGO.
He’ll love spending time with the family in the trees (and you don’t need to tell him it was free)! Click HERE to get the offer.
In addition, “Firepit Friday” and Saturday Night “Glow in the Park” add to fun Father’s Day options for the weekend.
About The Adventure Park at Nashville
Sporting 12 different courses, including 15 zip lines, and 156 different elements, The Adventure Park is the largest attraction of its kind in the Nashville area offering fun for adventurers of all ages and ability levels.
There are trails suitable for kids, teens, adults, and groups. These trails consist of platforms installed in the trees and connected by various configurations of cable, wood, and rope to form “crossings” of different kinds including the ever-popular zip lines. Climbers wear harnesses that are doubly secured to safety cables using the Park’s “always locked on” system of interlocking safety clips. Before venturing onto the trails, climbers receive an interactive orientation and practice session. Non-climbing family and friends are admitted free of charge to share the experience on the ground by following along on the walking path below the courses, relaxing at the picnic tables, and enjoying the community firepit.
In addition to trials, zip-lining, and treetop climbing, the park has added a NEW Outdoor Axe Throwing activity making us Nashville’s only outdoor axe throwing venue.
“Firepit Friday” adds a campfire to the night climbs where guests can get cozy by the fire. Plus, the “Glow In The Park” returns on Saturday nights with the lights in the treetop aerial trails all colorfully aglow.
The Adventure Park is open to the general public and is located only 15 minutes from downtown Nashville, on about six acres of forest on the grounds of the Gordon JCC.